Indians of North America

by Darcy Brazen, Digital Hillerman Fellow
Originally published on Celebrating New Mexico Statehood, 7/31/2017

by Darcy Brazen, Digital Hillerman Fellow
Originally published on Celebrating New Mexico Statehood, 8/19/2016

As a Master’s candidate in American Studies at the University of New Mexico, working with Hillerman’s manuscript of The Ghostway sparked insights and vital connections with my own research in critical indigenous studies. A close reading that emphasizes historical events as they relate to contemporary struggles within Native American communities may enhance our understanding of the real and metaphorical ghosts that haunt our national consciousness.

by Stephanie Mack and Sophie Ell
Originally published on Celebrating New Mexico Statehood, 6/10/2016

by Sophie Ell, Hillerman Digital Fellow
Originally published on Celebrating New Mexico Statehood, 08/19/2016

Tony Hillerman at Hopi

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Mapped Locations for "The Boy Who Made Dragonfly"

This map displays the major southwestern geographic references mentioned in the novel, "The Boy Who Made Dragonfly." It includes locations in Arizona and New Mexico. Click on each map marker to see a brief description of the location. Scroll or zoom the map using your mouse, or click the square icon in the top right corner of the map to view it in full screen mode.

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